Joe Montemurro's majestic Arsenal swept aside north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur to record a fourth consecutive Women's Super League win.
Caitlin Foord's calm finish and Vivianne Miedema's outstanding volley put the Gunners in command before half time at an empty Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Katie McCabe sealed a dominant performance with Arsenal totalling 26 shots on goal, when she pounced on a defensive mistake to finish.
The Gunners remain fourth, three points off Manchester United in third to leave Australian boss Montemurro delighted. For those seeking further enjoyment from his homeland, why not try the best Australlian online casino for your No1 guide to the most trusted online Australian casinos, where you can play the best online games. Back to the football, however, the triumph over Spurs means Arsenal's hopes of grabbing the third Champions League place is very much on offer, as they have a game in hand over United as well as a better goal difference.
Ending the campaign in the top three had looked unlikely for Joe Montemurro's side earlier this year, but three defeats in four for United and Arsenal's own resurgence has put them back in contention.
They certainly looked impressive against their bitter rivals, with Miedema superb throughout, her display capped by steering McCabe's corner into net.
Foord had already put Arsenal in front, coolly slotting home after a clever one-two with Noelle Maritz.
Last season the Gunners beat Spurs 3-0 in the WSL for the first time in front of a league record 38,262 fans at the same ground - on Saturday McCabe went one better to make it 3-0 with another clinical finish.